Wes's forum posts

#1 Posted by Wes (270 posts) -

GT: Vegasaur

I've been trying to play the multi off and on, but it is always excruciatingly choppy.

#2 Posted by Wes (270 posts) -

@Ravenousrattler: if they had left it alone "under god" would have never been there in the first place.

#3 Edited by Wes (270 posts) -

That bit wasn't there originally. I'm glad NBC opted to not include it. The media is fishing for viewers, there is no issue here (yellow journalism at its finest).

The words "under God" were added to the Pledge on 14 June 1954 when then U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed a bill into law. At the time, Eisenhower stated that "From this day forward, the millions of our school children will daily proclaim in every city and town, every village and rural schoolhouse, the dedication of our Nation and our people to the Almighty." ~ Wikipedia

#4 Posted by Wes (270 posts) -
@SJSchmidt93: Pacman reference.
#5 Posted by Wes (270 posts) -
@SeriouslyNow: Cool guy alert. Console LTTP scrub alert. SeriouslyNow alert. OhlookatmyIronicAvatarAlert .

Only a Neanderthal would get into a fight over this. There's nothing there. See a psychiatrist. BYE!
#6 Posted by Wes (270 posts) -

"Should have kept it going! GB is never going to pull off an 'eat 100 treadmills' moment..."

@SeriouslyNow: Where's the insult? Inform me how you deciphered an insult out of this. Enlighten me.
#7 Posted by Wes (270 posts) -
@SeriouslyNow: Childish, I was reminded of Reddit's "occurrence" under an hour ago, figured I would post a harmless comment. Is your life really so deplorable that you're looking to insult people just to inflate your online ego?
#8 Edited by Wes (270 posts) -
@Enigma777 said:

" @SeriouslyNow: Oh, you're so clever! How do you do it?  "

Should have kept it going! GB is never going to pull off an "eat 100 treadmills" moment...
#9 Posted by Wes (270 posts) -

Damn, what's with all the athletic shoes? Well here's some I bought online:


#10 Posted by Wes (270 posts) -
@mutha3: Yeah most large shirts in the US aren't for taller people, they're for wider people. Which is slowly becoming the norm. It's sad/sickening.